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I-65 travelers frustrated with road conditions near Shepherdsville

Driving along Interstate 65 in Bullitt County can be a bumpy ride. → Read More

Dangerous sections of 2nd Street Bridge repaired after WDRB inquiry

Dangerous sections of the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge -- commonly referred to as the Second Street Bridge -- have been safety hazards for some time now, with entire sections → Read More

Human remains found at Ford BlueOval site in Glendale to be relocated

Delbert Best has known about a burial site that was recently discovered at the location of the planned Ford Battery Plant in Hardin County. → Read More

GODBEY | Kentucky Derby 148, Rich Strike are symbols of hope in a return to normal

There’s a lyric we Kentuckians sing in harmony on the first Saturday in May. It’s the first line of the state's anthem, My Old Kentucky Home. → Read More

Infield crowd takes weather in stride to keep the party going for Kentucky Oaks

Derby week marked the first time the infield has been open without restrictions since 2019. → Read More

Officials release security and traffic plans for Churchill Downs ahead of Derby 148

If you're heading out to Churchill Downs anytime this week — and especially for Thurby, the Kentucky Oaks or the 148th Kentucky Derby — you've come to the right story. → Read More

What are the odds of finding Derby 148 tickets days before the big race?

If you've waited until the last minute to buy tickets to the 148th Run for the Roses, there are some still available, but choices are limited. → Read More

Crime wave in rural part of Hardin County has police on alert

Car break-ins and stolen vehicles aren't a common thing in Vine Grove, Kentucky. → Read More

Fireworks, soundtrack ready to go for Thunder Over Louisville

Preparations are well underway for Saturday's booming show at the Waterfront. → Read More

Buc-ee's grand opening in Richmond draws crowds to Kentucky's first location

The Texas-based chain opened in Richmond to a lot of fanfare and a lot of anticipation. → Read More

Police: Thieves targeting unattended golf carts at Louisville's Seneca Golf Course

A series of thefts at the golf course in Seneca Park has golfers on edge. → Read More

Authorities identify 'I-65 Killer' wanted for 3 murders dating back to 1987

Law enforcement authorities have identified a serial killer who has eluded police for more than 35 years. → Read More

I-Move Kentucky road projects taking shape around Louisville

Around 165,000 cars pass that interchange daily, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. → Read More

Louisville's longtime State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian withdraws from May primary

She said redistricting pitted her against another Democrat. → Read More

Local law enforcement agencies relying on funding, incentives to combat staffing shortage

The shortage in staffing leaves hundreds of openings within some large departments in Kentuckiana. → Read More

LMPD warns of uptick in graffiti tagging

The Louisville Metro Police Department is urging victims of graffiti tagging to report the incidents. → Read More

Help wanted | Louisville Metro hopes to combat staffing shortage with job fair

The city recognizes the shortage and is trying to combat that with a push for new applicants. → Read More

Lawmakers still waiting for Congress to make daylight saving time permanent in Kentucky

Lawmakers said there are studies that show the upside of more daylight and how it relates to stronger energy and mental health. → Read More

Elizabethtown plans to demolish 3 vacant buildings to pave way for growth

The county was looking to expand business opportunities and housing before, and now, that need is amplified. → Read More

Small updates to a home's structure could mean surviving a tornado, saving your home

Upgraded connections in just an unfinished basement may not protect an entire home, but could make the difference in life or death if a massive tornado hits. → Read More